Croatia registered 24 new coronavirus cases and three deaths in the last 24 hours, the National Civil Protection Headquarters said on July 27.
There are 806 active cases in Croatia, of whom 138 are being treated in hospitals, nine of them on ventilators. Since the start of the epidemic, coronavirus infection has been confirmed in 4,881 people, of whom 3,936 have recovered and 139 died.
There have been six more deaths related to the novel coronavirus and 128 newly registered cases in North Macedonia, Health Minister Venko Filipce said on July 27. In a Facebook post the minister said that the total number of COVID-19 deaths had reached 466, while the number of diagnosed cases since the beginning of the epidemic had reached 10,213.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, seven people died from consequences of the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, while 183 new cases were registered, according to data presented by the two entities' health institutions. The number of deaths since the start of the epidemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina is 294, while the number of registered cases totals 10,498, the Ministry of Civil Affairs said on July 27.